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Chapter 8 Divide Fractions. Lesson 8-1: Investigate Divide Fractions and Whole Numbers. Date . Fluency Builder 1288 ÷ 23= 1305 ÷ 45= 720 ÷ 48 =. Introduce chapter with Learnzillion videos found on Youtube Show first: Divide unit fractions by drawing pictures

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Chapter 8 Divide Fractions

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Chapter 8

Divide Fractions

Lesson 8-1: Investigate Divide Fractions

and Whole Numbers

Date

Fluency Builder

1288 ÷ 23=

1305 ÷ 45=

720 ÷ 48 =

Introduce chapter with Learnzillion videos found on Youtube

Show first: Divide unit fractions by drawing pictures

Show second: Divide fractions by whole numbers using models

Glue handout (notes) that follow along with pictures and models

POD

Please draw a model to solve

Lesson 8-2: Problem Solving

Use Multiplication

Date

Test Prep Lesson 8-2

Lesson 8-3: Connect Fractions to Division

Date

Test Prep Lesson 8-3

Two students share 11 yards of fabric equally.

How many yards of fabric does each student get?

Nine boys share 7 Hershey bars equally. What

fraction of a Hershey bar does each boy get?

Eight friends share six bags of jelly beans equally.

What fraction of a bag does each friend get?

Lesson 8-4: Fraction and Whole

Number Division

Date

Notes

When you divide a fraction by a whole number,

the quotient is ______________ the dividend.

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2

3

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When you divide a whole number by a fraction less

than 1, the quotient is ______________ the dividend.

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2

3

÷

Brad has 9 pounds of ground turkey to make

turkey burgers for a picnic. How many 1/3 pound

turkey burgers can he make?

Three friends share a ¼ pound block of fudge

equally. What fraction of a pound of fudge does

each friend get?

Take the reciprcal of the divisor.

Write a related multiplication sentence to solve

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8

1

5

2

3

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3

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20

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9

6

Test Prep Lesson 8-4